ASRock H110 Pro BTC+: World’s 1st 13-GPU Mining Board

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅06.07.2017 15:40:53


More dedicated cryptomining hardware is coming out as ASRock introduces the world’s first 13-GPU mining motherboard – the ASRock H110 Pro BTC+. With a maximum of 13 GPUs for mining, maximize your ROI in a single mining setup. The motherboard features support for Hybrid Mining wherein you can install both NVIDIA and Radeon-based graphics cards for mining.

The ASRock H100 Pro BTC+ motherboard doesn’t only support up to 13 mining cards, it also packs features that make it ideal for cryptocurrency mining such as an on-board power and reset button for open-frame mining setups. The motherboard also comes with an Intel gigabit LAN for stability and performance. The motherboard also has an 8-phase power design for CPU Vcore stability that can withstand 24/7 mining operation.

As for operating system support, the ASRock H100 Pro BTC+ motherboard is compatible with all common mining operating systems including the Linux-based ethos which can mine Zcash, Ethereum, Monero and other GPU-minable cryptocurrencies. ASRock also made sure that Hybrid Mining with AMD and NVIDIA cards is possible in both Linux-based and Windows 10-based GUIMINER operating system.

Hybrid Mining System


Specifications
ASRock Super Alloy
Supports 7th and 6th Generation Intel Core™ i7/i5/i3/Pentium/Celeron Processors
Supports DDR4 2400/2133
1 PCIe 3.0 x16, 12 PCIe 2.0 x1
Graphics Output: DVI-D
7.1 CH HD Audio (Realtek ALC887 Audio Codec), ELNA Audio Caps
4 SATA3, 1 M.2 (SATA3)
4 USB 3.0 (2 Front, 2 Rear)
Intel Gigabit LAN
On-board Power On / Reset Button


Availability
ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ is already in production and it will hit the market very shortly. For more information, visit the product page at the ASRock website.

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